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bay. jackie ward is live at san francisco's city hall where arena supporters are holding a rally. >> reporter: the rally started a few minutes ago. it's people who want a new arena in the mission bay neighborhood. they say the real represent says of how they are feeling about moving into the neighborhood -- >> and again/. >> reporter: the merchandise can't keep on the shelves long enough to keep up with the demand. that's not silencing the mission bay ali aliance -- alliance. >> this process has been ramrodded by the wealthy and well to do whose interest is not in the best interest for the people of san francisco. >> reporter: new poll numbers were released to show they have the data to back up claim the warriors are not wanted at the
site. >> we found growing opposition. currently 49% of voters support the stadium and 42% oppose the stadium. that's very different than what the warriors released or the stadium supporters released in july when they found that 61% supported the stadium. >> reporter: it's a different story if you talk to this supporter. >> south of market is so diverse from the rest of the city. >> reporter: he sees it as a way of boosting business when the giants are not in town. >> kind of like a long lost son, gone away, traveled around the world and came back home. >> the mission bay alliance would like to see the warriors come to san francisco. we just believe this is the wrong one. >> reporter: a spokesperson for the warriors project said the polling still shows enormous support for the arena. he said people like the fact the arena is being held in a very transit rich
environmentally served by muni, b.a.r.t. and caltrains. they will decide this afternoon whether to reveal the report that shows how $82 million would be used for transportation and the city services in the area of the arena. back to you. police in san jose are looking for a trio of brazen burglars. the three were caught on surveillance camera entering an east san jose home back in september. two were seen exiting a red car and crossing the front lawn into the home here. police say the burglars stole an unamounted of disclosed class. >> vacses are underway. record landfill has led to land slides and major flooding in parts of the city. more than 3 inches of rave came down in just 24 hours and some people are staying in their homes as the floodwaters rise while morse are gladly skipping town. >> if we can stop it here, save
us thousands, hundreds of thousands maybe. >> i'm gonna go back and get my dog and see if we did get out of here. >> flood watches are in effect for until thursday afternoon. meteorologists say the rain will persist all week. roberta gonzalez is live with a preview. >> reporter: i'm at whole foods market in oakland. here's here for food for -- we're here for food for bay area families, something close to my heart. all right take -- let's take a look at the clouds. that storm is well to the north of the bay area. currently keeping the temperatures uniform across the bay area into the 50s. 57 in oakland. it is 60 in san jose. it's live. it's our high-def doppler radar, tell meal what you see. absolutely nothing except if we go to the north, we see a little bit of light activity
happening around the u eureka area. let's go to tower california radar and satellite imagery. and you can see a cold front that has nothing to to about el nino. it's baking up against the pacific northwest. it's providing some of that light rain across the northwestern section of the state. it will be making treks towards the bay area. we'll track the storm together so we can tell you exactly when you should hear those raindrops on your rooftop and that report is coming up later in this newscast. michelle and frank? >> all right. thank you. city of san jose scrambling to find places that can serve as temporary shelters for the homeless for winter time. about 4,000 people actually sleep on the street. as el nino rolls in and temperatures drop, the availability of shelters could mean life or death. a flight from sfo to paris was diverted overnight because of a threat. three and a half weeks after the paris attack. the air france jet took off
after 3:00 yesterday afternoon. it was en route to charles degaulle airport but was diverted to montreal. the airline tweeted there was an anonymous threat. the plane was searched and nothing dangerous was found on board. >> republicans are turning on donald trump after his idea that's being called un- american. and craig boswell has more. >> reporter: donald trump's latest policy proposal is the most controversial yet. >> calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> reporter: the crowd at the trump rally cheered. but his opponents are outraged calling trump unhinged, ridiculous, divisive and offensive. >> he's a religious bigot.
you know how you make america great again? tell donald trump to go to hell. >> we have people out there that want to do great destruction to our country, that want -- they want our buildings to come down. they want our cities to be crushed. >> whether it's in spite of past statements, trump continues to lead in nearly every poll. >> in this case where the support comes from is people who are afraid that they will be more -- that there will be more terror attacks. >> reporter: before this, they viewed him as the candidate most capable of handling foreign affair matters. a husband and wife visited gun ranges before they went on that rampage in san bernardino. two days before the massacre, syed farook signed in at a riverside gun range. >> was there anything about him
that stuck out? >> not even close. >> he did ask you a question, though, his gun was smoking. what does that tell you about his experience with guns? >> well, the experience with the rifle tells me it was a enough rifle. he was not familiar with it. >> farook went to the range at least twice. two assault rifles used in the attack were purchased by another man, enrique marquez. he's not been arrested and is now talking to investigators. and several candlelight vigils were held in the bay area last night in memory of the victims. they include one in campbell organized by service employees international union. ten members of the seiu were killed in last week's attacks. >> it was a gut-churning reality because just like us, they are serving the most vulnerable people and we had no idea if the attacks were aimed at a worker or if it was aimed at the system in general. >> the organizers say as the story unfolded in san bernardino, they felt a sense
of vulnerability they could be targeted too. at least 80 boston college students are reporting gastrointestinal problems after eating at a chipotle. chipotle has closed the location where they ate. >> my friend was in the hospital with a condition kuks. when he she walked out, there were like ten people throwing up in buckets. up next, electric carmaker tesla on a massive hiring blitz to keep up with growth. how many jobs the high-tech car company wants to add. frank, where are you? frank? >> there you go. [laughter] >> we miss you frank. >> some of frank's angems will hit the runway -- -- some of
touching tribute in paris lt night. the by the a rock band, u-2, performed a touching tribute in paris. >> the group was joined by the eagles of death metal. that's the same barn in the bataclan concert hall the night of the footing. mark phillips with the band's emotional return. >> reporter: this was never going to be an ordinary rock concert. ♪ >> reporter: it was a statement that life would go on and it was a tribute to those whose lives had been in it. bono sang a french classic as the names of the victims were projected in the form of a
french flag. the song "don't leave me." ♪ [ applause ] >> reporter: as if the evening needed more emotion, it got it in the end when bono called onto the stage the band whose concert at the bataclan call had been turned into a massacre where so many were hurt. u-2 brought the band back to paris. >> they were robbed of their stage three weeks ago and we would like to offer them ours tonight. would you welcome the eagles of death! [ cheers ] >> reporter: no one was in any doubt that the lyric of the first number "people have the power" meant something extra here ♪ people have the power ♪ people have the power >> reporter: it was the first time the band performed since the attack. jessie hughes explains. >> we love you u-2 so much for
giving us this opportunity! i look around and i see our friends. >> reporter: this was more than a rock concert. it was an act of remembrance, an act of cultural aer istion and defiance. mark phillips, cbs news london. we're gonna switch gears. dozens of stunning models star musicians and a multi-million dollar bra. >> yes, tonight victoria secret's angels will hit the runway and i spoke with two of the show's models to get an early scoop on what viewers can expect to see. something else people look forward to is the multi-million dollar factcy bra. how do they pick who gets to wear it? >> it's always a big secret. none of us know who who gets it until the very last minute. lilly is wearing it this year.
it's $2 million. >> $2 million. it's amazing. >> it's beautiful. >> it has like its own bodyguard. we can't even touch it. there's a guy standing with it the whole day. lilly gets dressed and then he follows her wherever she goes. >> and she are like i want it -- and we're like i want it. >> yeah, $million. you can watch the fashion show tonight at 10:00 right here on kpix 5. i'm sorery you missed the interview. >> i know. i usually get to do that. >> the girls blew you a kiss. >> i appreciate that. let's take you outside, coit tower. a lot of the clowped and a whole lot of rain coming our way shortly. should we check in with roberta? >> yeah. she joins us live at whole foods in oakland. hi, roberta. >> hi. yes i do do my own grocery shopping. this is gonna make the best guacamole. i'm here to talk about super
bay area families. one of my favorite charities in the world. hi, everybody. these are all my new bffs. i'm gonna introduce you to each and everyone. right now we have business to tend to. let's take a look at the current conditions. we'll head towards the golden gate bridge under mostly cloudy skies with several shades of gray out there right now. temperatures in the 50s. san francisco currently at 60 degrees. same in san jose. all right. live high-def doppler radar taking a look at a clean slate right now. no raindrops in the immediate bay area. this is what you need to know today. it's slow to clear up. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy conditions. remaining dry and then rain and wind is likely for your thursday. let's get down to some business right now with your california satellite imagery. this is well to the north of us bringing copepyious amounts of rain. now, as far as your future cast is concerned and when you
should expect the raindrops, here we go. taking you through today in and out of the clouds through tonight. let's go ahead and stop at noon tomorrow. notice a little bit of light sprinkles around the north bay. otherwise it's kick started. takes you to thursday morning. there's the cold front. it slices across the north bay, central bay and once it passes through the bay area with its wraparound moisture, we're looking at anywhere from .25 in the santa clara valley all the way into about an 1 1/2 in the far northern places of the north bay. all right. so when it's all said and done around the state today, foggy conditions in the central valley. 53 in tahoe. we're a foot and a half -- a foot and a half of snow is expected by friday afternoon. sunset 4:51 and in between now and now would have temperatures in the 60s across the immediate bay area. winds are light. we have rain and wind on thursday and another good chance of showers moving into the bay area on sunday.
ruby from whole foods is here. i know what to do because i like this te of the year but for people who want to donate to food for bay area families what do we do? customers they can make a cash donation at the register or purchase nonperishable food items and place them in the barrels. >> reporter: just like this bin here? >> yes. >> reporter: okay. so that's if you and i want to donate but if you are somebody like joel dixon from pg&e, you make a big donation because you have a big wallet. >> we do. we appreciate the partnership of the alameda county food bank. i am a current board member. very proud of the work we do. we see one in five families here in alameda county. a tremendous effort and shows what corpate responsibility is all about. >> reporter: being here with you for the past hour, you are passionate about this cause. why is that? >> i feel as though i have a responsibility and obligation to ensure there are no families
that are hungry. i feel there is a child or senior that needs food, it's my responsibility to make that happen. >> reporter: all right. how much are you presenting? >> we're gonna present to the alameda county food bank $30,298. [ cheers ] >> reporter: how many people does that feed? >> we're serving one in five county residents. this will provide 70,000 meals. >> reporter: if you want to help go to cbss is sf.com look for food for bay area families. let's go it up for pg&e. thanks for your help here. i got that -- i gotta finish my grocery shopping. >> bring some back for us. >> she will. tesla motors is looking to hire more than 1600 people. the electric car automaker has lost $1.8 billion in the last
breaking news over in the east bay. chopper 5 is over martin luther king, junior regional shoreline. that's where a man's body was discovered this morning. it was a park visitor who made the grisly discovery. the victim, a man in his 20s. part of that park is being sealed off. we'll have much more on this story coming up tonight at 5:00. well, you know you need a shopping tip when you are buying a fruit you likely have never tasted. >> this is from the far east. here's tony. >> well, i love this fruit. it's a citrus. it's used mainly for the zest. the zest out of buda, the oils that come out are incredible. as a matter of fact when you hold it like this, you can smell the oil right in your happened. i'm not kidding you. they are wonderful for the
zest. when you buy them, you want to make sure they are nice and yellow. all the way around. a little bit of green is okay but not too much. when you bring them home, store them. do not store them in the refrigerator. all of that lemon oil will be gone. store it at room temperature. if you love the lellen zest in -- lemon zest in many recipes, you will love this. always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. ,,,,
cough up the hug a new mortgage option could help you afford a home without having to cough up the huge downpayment. how it works and who qualifies. that story and more at 5:00. let's wish the warriors good luck. win number 23 if they can do it. at indiana. >> i think they are gonna do it. that's gonna do it for us. >> yeah, we're all done. enjoy your tuesday, everyone. ,,
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